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are allowed. thank you. >> president hwang: thank you. calling item 6, appeal 12-081 kinami ahmed dba "nile cafÉ", appellant(s), versus department of public health, respondent. 544 jones street. appealing the 30-day suspension of a tobacco product sales permit. reason for suspension: violation of state law and the san francisco health code which p tobacco products. director's case no. smk12-06. we will start with the appellant's agent and you have seven minutes. >> thank you. abraham -- appearing on behalf of mr. ahmed. the reason for the appeal is the decision of the department is that it is overbroad and punitive. in addition we request a -- that the board review de novo the denial of the exemption request that the appellant submitted timely in a timely fashion. the smoking of huka pipes and the enjoyment of the camaraderie that occurs around that have great cultural significance. unfortunately, the smoking ban in san francisco allowed the huka bar to fall through the cracks of that regulation. as i stated in my brief, mr. ah med because he is a muslim is not able to sell alcohol and it
of the country. at least 130 dead. thanks to the tiny mosquitos. we're inside the outbreak of west nile virus next. you like who you are... an] and you learned something along the way. this is the age of knowing what you're made of. so, why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. stop taking viagra and call your doctor right away if you experience a sudden decrease or loss in vision or hearing. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor. see if america's most prescribed ed treatment is right for you. with features like scanning a barcode to get detailed stock quotes to voice recognition. e-trade leads the way in wherever, whenever investing. download the ultimate in mobile investing apps, f
, commissioners. i am janine young from environmental health, i'm senior inspector. since november 2005, nile cafe has only been approved, has license and permits to operate a restaurant. nile cafe is a restaurant, a cafe that serves coffee, expresseso, tea, smoothies and other beverages. also the cafe is located in a building that contains 87 residential units. i first met the owner of the nile cafe in june 2010. and we met and we spoke about the ordinance. i told him, in june 2010, that the ordinance prohibited smoking inside restaurants, that the the ordinance also did not qualify restaurants for a smoking exemption. and i also informed him that in order to qualify for an exemption, he would have had to become a bar tavern or a tobacco shop, prior to december 31, 2009. and that the only way that smoking could be allowed indoors was that there had to be a new law on the books. but mr. ahmed requested to apply for the exemption anyway. when i received the exemption it was noted that they were trying to meet the exemption under bar with no employees. now, the health code defines a bar as a busines
is what the president had to say about the economy. did he make a case for keeping his job? >> west nile sounds like something so far away, but it's right now in our backyard. it's been another death the result of that virus. we will tell you all about that on this friday, it's september 7th good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. happy friday. >> purple and orange friday. >> what did you go with. >> o's and ravens and weather we have got to have a good weekend, lynette. >>it solution. orange or -- i knowit solution to the problem -- i know. i have the solution to the problem orange or purple, i have them both. we are dry around here, traveling to pennsylvania, you will deal with severe thunderstorm warning across the area. and we are going to be mainly dry as we go through the day. we are looking pretty good for the game tonight as we look at temperatures right now coming in at 68 degrees easton at 66. frederick at 69 degrees. and the winds are calm for the most part. they may pick up more out of the south throughout the day. not a bad day except we are going to get ho
their environment-- which basically means... the river nile. all activity centered on its water and its fertile banks. ( sheep and goats bleating ) the desert, literally a footstep away, was a constant reminder to the egyptians that, without the nile, there would be no life. the nile offered ancient egypt more than just its life-giving water or the transportation lifeline that unified an empire. it offered the gift of renewal. every year about july, the floodwaters of the nile would gradually rise, carrying fertile silt down from the headwaters until the farmland had been renewed as the floodwars receded. not surprisingly, the ancient egyptians living with this cycle soon came to equate the regular pattern of the nile and its gift of rebirth with the universe itself. their most important philosophical principles stemmed from that equation. it was the idea of maat-- roughly "rightness" or "order." everything about the egyptian way of life had a pattern, a rhythm, a sense of orderly beginning and end. so too, the egyptians believed, this must be the way of man. man's end on earth was merely a beg
from west nile virus not far from here so what's being done to slow this down locally? >> area highways will be shut down honoring a man who gave 17 years of service. what you need to know as the community says bye to a baltimore police officer. >>> his family needs help and the community is coming through. we will tell you how to help the perry hall student shot on the first day of school. those stories straight ahead. it's friday morning thanks for joining us i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. lynette is here with a check of the forecast and mike has a check of the traffic. purple friday a orange friday. take your pick or mix and match. >> you look good over there lynette. >> i couldn't decide. >> you have the orange cones and you are doing traffic today. >> reporter: it works. good team. >> traffic in one moment. a lot of people want to keep their eye to the sky because a lot is going on. >> a lot is going on. and you will be happy with today as you head out and about. we can see a shot in bel air this morning and it's the way it will stay throughout the day. so we will be
data coming out about the west nile virus. more people are learning they have tested positive while trying to help others in need. dortch is live in the news room. can you explain this to us? >> this seems to mix blaine -- an increasing number of people are learning they have tested positive for the west nile virus when they go to donate blood. the smallest of creatures are still causing a big health risk across maryland. the mosquito born west and i'll virus has so far killed two people. a total 29 -- 25 people have been affected. more people than ever are finding out day of testing positive not by going to the doctor but when they have tried to donate blood. when you donate your blood, it goes to a lab to be tested for diseases testedhiv, polis, hepatitis b and c and the west nile virus. >> it is not available for transfusions or any other use of that blood. the blood supply is still considered very well protected. >> in 2010, the cdc reported there were no such cases. in 2011, three donors work cause. i didn't let it fall, 385 nationally would be donors had a positive west nile v
cool. we'll talk more about your complete forecast coming up. >>> another case of west nile virus has shown up in anne arundel. that brings their total to four this season. now the department of agriculture is taking action. don harrison was there to find out what's going on. >> reporter: anne arundel county has reported another west nile virus case. that is the fourth one of the season. baltimore city and county each have three. pg county has the most in the state so far with six. west nile virus can go undetected in many people. if you have symptoms, they can mimic the flu. >> some headache, fever, muscle ache, oth earl body aches as well as a rash or swollen lymph nodes. >> reporter: the department of agriculture and the city are working to combat the spread of west nile. they will start spraying in east port and outside the city. how to handle the problem is where the disagreement s bob is all for zapping them with the chemical praying. >> this is the third day. i've put on repellent each day and still i get mosquito bites on the leg oar loor dave is the manager -- >> reporter
the results. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san francisco is reporting its first case of west nile virus in 7 years. coming up what they are trying to do to deal with the problem. >>> police are looking for a bank robber and they released two photos. police say last thursday this man walked into the branch, and walked outwith cash. -- walked out with cash. >>> san leandro police are trying to identify 5 men who robbed a safeway store last night about 9:00 p.m. police say the men ordered customers and employees to get down and then grabbed cash from the registers. one person said the area is a good neighborhood but there are some problems. >> it will happen. you know, it is bound to happen. you know, you have people that get mugged out here, cars get broken into it. it happens. my car got stolen one time. >> they were all black men in their 20s. no one was hurt. >>> san jose police raided a building after a record that marijuana was growing inside. someone making a maintenance check spotted the marijuana plants and called police. they found 250 plants inside with a street value of $
. >>> mosquito fogging is about to get underway in brentwood to combat the west nile virus. the disease is unpredictable. ktvu's health and science editor john fowler is live in brentwood where west nile is worse than it was last year. john? >> reporter: they are expected here in about 40 minutes to prepare for the fogging tonight. officials said west nile virus shows no sign of slowing. >> reporter: our camera was there as a technician found mosquitos in this pool behind a vacant house. >> the warmer weather kept west nile virus still going. we are getting reports. >> reporter: another bird testing positive today. frozen for further analysis. 66% higher than last year. and the fraction of mosquitos with the virus, four times higher. again, it is warm weather. >> they lay eggs more quickly, grow more quickly. it causes the virus to produce more quickly. >> reporter: positive mosquitos, in the eastern part of the county. two human cases, nationwide 130 dead. 3100 sick. millions infected who don't know it. the human risk is low, it is hard to prove a human vaccine effected. >> there is no
-weather plus forecast. i will have details in a few minutes. >> spraying for west nile virus will resume in baltimore county next week. alarming data is coming out about how some people find out athey have the illness. they will conduct spraying next tuesday and wednesday to help reduce human exposure to mosquitos infected with west nile virus. state health officials say 10 people this year tested positive for west nile when they went to donate blood. >> if they test positive, the donation is removed from the blood supply and not made available for use. the blood supply is considered well-protected. >> 25 people have been infected with west nile virus in maryland this year. two have died. the annual tradition in t owson. will take you there. the latest on teacher negotiation. the multinational challenge facing the royal family to keep the pictures under rep.. that is when we continue. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >> baltimore county police are investigating an accident. they arrived to find and suv h
of west nile. it could be this country's worst outbreak of the virus ever. armen keteyian reports the f.l.l. is pledging millions medical research as a new study finds football players have a much higher risk of dying from brain disorders. and space walking astronauts use rdtoothbrush to repair a space asation while the sun shows a flair for the dramatic. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from the democratic national convention. ha pelley: good evening, bad weather scuttled the first day of the republican convention and now rain is forcing the democrats to scrap what they moped would be a spectacular s aish here. they planned to move out of this rolia tomorrow to stage the t esident's acceptance speech outdoors in the massive stadium that is home to the carolina panthers. hut president obama will be on the stage behind me instead in a much smaller forum which leaves no room for tens of thousands of party volunteers. we have bob schieffer and our campaign 2012 reporting team in charlotte and we'll start tonight with byron pitts
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. >> a recent report of west nile virus has authorities taking steps. nadia ramdass is live in milford mill with that story. good morning. >> good morning. state agriculture officials are stepping up their efforts to control the mosquito population by spraying those affected neighborhoods in the coming weeks. they are spraying here at milford mill. milford mill is just one neighborhood that has shown evidence of the west nile virus. that's where crews will concentrate their efforts tonight. they will start spraying for mosquitoes around 7:30 p.m. tonight around campfield road. if you live in that area, officials are urging you to stay inside during the spraying. >> the idea is that we will get in there and the sprays will knock down the mosquito population, which is most likely carrying the virus, and of course this reduces human exposure. >> in addition to milford mill, the harundale marley area of anne arundel county will also be sprayed in the coming weeks. to see a map of those areas, go to our website, wbaltv.com. nadia ramdass, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. a man is facing a host of
>> you have the flip phone, don't you? >> pretty much. >>> another life claimed by the west nile virus here inned in and mow health -- maryland and now health officials are stepping you have efforts today -- up efforts today. >>> you gave your thoughts to the response about the storms, today the commission beginnings to talk about how to make it getter. >>> and mvp football on tonight. this is not monday. two midwest teams face-off for the start of a new season bringing you more football each week. the weekend is almost here, the weather is beautiful and we are still on baby watch. what's going on with them? >> i was so surprised. i thought surely i would wake up this morning and there would be a nice little picture on facebook but not yet. >> we're waiting to hear from charlie. let us know what's going on, we're thinking of you and of course we were just talking about this yesterday. you always remember what the weather is like and everything that was going on. so -- it's going to happen today. >> exactly. i said if it didn't happen yesterday, then today the weather still going
another case of west mile -- west nile virus. >> 30 marylanders have been diagnosed with the disease. >> the state agriculture department is stepping up their mosquito patrols in the spring of a the next several weeks. there have been 30 cases of west nile virus including three deaths so far this year. the latest in anne arundel county. in 2010 there were 23 cases. the mild winter could have something to do with the increase in cases. michael goldsmith contracted the disease one year ago and he still is in the hospital. revolt to be alive, but still facing a long road to recovery. >> -- grateful to be a live but still facing a long road to recovery. >> it has all been taking away from us. >> health officials say some of the best ways to protect yourself is to stay indoors, where epa approved repellent, get rid of standing water around your home. you need to take these precautions through october 31. that is one mesquita surveillance season ends. -- the investigation continues into a deadly shooting and was baltimore. police say they found a 24-year- old victim with a gunshot wound. h
be willing to remove tobacco from nile cafe is something that mr. ahmed has considered and is willing to do if he is allowed to continue to possess and use the huka pipes with the non-tobacco product. >> vice presidenproduct. >> so ever since this new legislation came to light, i try to comply and try to understand and try to work every possible way to comply, and to be -- to continue doing it legally. i see so many gaps in the whole process. and i've tried to talk to eric mar's office, eric mar, himself, david chu, and supervisor kim. and the whole thing was discussed and debated without us being present. we were not -- i did not know that this was going on. so they made some exceptions for some taverns and some cigar lounges to continue and to get grandfather status, his to continue to allow their patrons to smoke. whereas huka lounges were not because we were not part of the whole thing. i cannot serve alcohol so i cannot have a tavern license. and even if i have a tavern license, i cannot sell tobacco products because they don't allow me to have tobacco license. so it's just a catch-22
nile virus. >> we know that the patient traveled throughout the bay area. >> because the unidentified male patient did leave city limits before getting sick, the san francisco department of public health does not know for sure if he contracted the virus in san francisco or somewhere in the bay area. health officials cannot reveal much about the man furious he developed encephalitis but is now at home recovering. >> this patient did have the encephalitis syndrome. it tends to occur in patients who are 50 or above, elderly or abuse compromises. >> the coastal climate keeps the mosquito population lower than other parts of the bay area in san francisco, that is why was nile virus activity is rear here but it is a difficult disease to track. there are likely marquises that may never be reported. >> the cases we pick up are the people will become very ill many people have become infected but only one out of five develop a flu like elephants and one on of one heard 50 will develop the severe encephalitis. the truth is, there's more affection occurring that we're actually aware as. >>pam:
officials say it's the worst year ever for case was the west nile virus in texas. at least 510 cases have been reported. 87 deaths reported nationwide. at least 43 in texas alone. anna werner reports. >> it was just miserable. you know, fever and chills and headaches, nausea. i mean, you name it, it was miserable. >> 42-year-old katherine de ville was infected with west nile in july. she wound up with meningitis and encephalitis. >> this virus has taken more than a month of my life, actually. i was sick for almost the whole month of august. >> west nile virus is spread by mosquitoes. it has killed at least 35 people in texas. the state has recorded nearly 900 cases. that's 45% of all west nile cases in the united states. aerial pesticide spraying last month in and around dallas dramatically reduced the mosquito population. in july, half of the mosquitoes tested positive for west nile, now it's just 5%. but doctors believe the number of reported cases will increase because weeks can pass before people infected with west nile develop serious symptoms. dr. beth bell of the centers for diseas
. >> these tiny carriers of a deadly disease. east bay officials say that the west nile virus is turning up in more mosquitoes and birds. >> that puts us past the total numbers for last year. >>pam: of fogging trucks go out again tonight we are there. what you can do to protect yourself and where they are going to. >> right no health officials are foggy and for mosquitos to try to stop the spread of west nile virus. alicea? >> pam, the contra costa control is trying to stop the rate of infection. all of this fogging to help spread the antioch spreading of west nile. two people of tested positive the number of mosquitos & animals continues to increase. >> so far this year we've had more mosquito activity than we did for all of last year. and we still have four-six weeks left. we definitely need to still stay concerned about west nile and take all the necessary precautions. >> they believe there are more people out there with the virus because normally there are no symptoms. neighbors that we spoke to welcome to this. >> spring to protect you. and west nile virus. they are sprain--to protect
. goodnight. ♪ ♪ . >>> baltimore county fighting west nile virus. >> maybe no showers for long. what part of the weekend we could see storms going forward. >> and the orioles are in the win column and so is the city of baltimore. we will explain in a live report. >> we honor a legend. could this night have gone any better? how about them a's. 46,000 of you saw a game that will go down in history. adam jones kept his promise to hit one tonight for cal. it's for who they beat, how they beat onto importance of this anniversary night. this was a great thursday. they jumped out early. yankees tied it up and then in the 8th the orioles had bombs bursting in air, three homers to beat the yankees and with the win they are now tied for first place. nobody wanted to go home. nobody could believe what they were watching, look at the crowd, everybody just a sea of orange and then jim johnson came on in the 9th and went 1, 2, and see you. watch this. cal shaking hands with peter up in the box. brian joining us live with more on the great or win at the yard. >> we start with more information about t
increasing competition for single serve brewers and pods they use. >> there is west nile virus found in antioch or latest round of fogging took place last night. four dead birds found in brentwood and two chicken was west nile from a holland tract and two reported human cases this year. >> five people in the balkins have died from west nile virus. and there are deaths confirmed. croatia registered five probable case buzz no death autos nasa's curiosity rover is study lg its first rock on mars and it's shaped like a mirror qa mid. and there are tests nicknamed jake for the next few days. jake is named in honor of the engineer who worked on all of the rover missions and passed away just days after you're ts yos ti landed. and this appears to be made of a common rock similar to the first martian rock examined more than eight years ago. >> right here on earth, meteorologists are standing by. >> and there is a big fly overcoming tomorrow. and i will tell thu much. i think because it has been delayed now by an hour this is the best call so low clouds can part ways. there is a live picture
the west nile virus. they haven't released a name, age or location. according to the cdc87 people died nationwide this summer from the west nile virus. the department of agriculture will be spraying the millford mill area tonight in response to the recent case that happened in our area. the cdc said the best way to protect yourself is to use insect repellant. >>> you know whether it's viruses or surgery we have access to high end care with some of the wept hospitals in the country. now doctors are using their stills to reach out to women in be developed countries. >> reporter: here in the united states the threat of cervical cancer has gone done significant but in under developed countries it's still a real threat. >> most of these countries it's the leading cause of cancer in women and leading cause of death in women. it's a huge problem. . >> reporter: a problem that often goes undetected until it's to late. a professer at john's hopkins has spent a lot of time in africa reaching out to women in need. when a woman develops cervical cancer there are no symptoms until it's advanced. b
was parking the car when it went through the front window of the store. >> a second round of west nile sprint will take place in baltimore county this week. parts of pikesville will be sprayed tomorrow and catonsville next wednesday. 10 people tested positive for west nile when they went to donate blood. >> the donation will be typically remove from the blood supply if they test positive so the blood supply is well protected. >> so far 25 people have been infected with west nile and two of them have died. e are less than twoh months away from the november election. martin o'malley travel to iowa. he dismissed questions he wants to make a good impression on democratic activists. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> time to get you up to date. a lot of folks are out of school because of rosh hashana. volume picking up around the area. some delays on the west side. monument street is closed near patterson park. that is because of cinco repaisinkhole repairs. here's a quick, live look at traffic. an update and old court road. no longer an inner loop accident at 795. picking
was the 19th patient at a hospital to contract the strain and the seventh to die from it. >>> west nile virus bring will resume next week as alarming data comes out about how some people are finding out they have the illness. state officials say they will conduct mosquito spraying in pikesville and catonsville. state health officials say that 10 people so far this year tested positive for west nile when it went to donate blood. >> if that test is positive, that the nation is removed from the blood supply. the blood supply is still considered very well protected. >> so far, 25 people have been infected with the west nile virus in maryland, two have died. >>> perfect weather today for an annual festival, and the ravens and the maryland food bank scored big to end the fight against hunger. hundreds rallied as the teachers' union is close to a deal. and another tabloid that published the photos of the duchess of cambridge. duchess of cambridge. >>> an illinois teenager is charged with trying to use a weapon of mass destruction as he tried to blow up a bar in downtown chicago. he was arrested frid
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, thanks. >>> now to a growing health alert. the spread of west nile virus cases in every one of the lower 48 states, what could be the worst west nile outbreak ever recorded. the spraying continued from texas to georgia to new york. the cdc is worried about what is lingering in all that standing water down in the gulf after isaac. our report from chief medical editor dr. nancy snyderman. >> reporter: the cdc's latest numbers indicated it could be the worst year for the west nile virus since it was detected in the united states. >> it was introduced in 1999 and spread over a series of years through the bird population and got into the mosquitoes and the mosquitos bit people. >> reporter: the number of cases this year is sky rocketing. nearly 1,600 infections reported and 66 deaths, up 40% in one week. >> it is a late summer disease. the fact that we have so many cases this early and so widespread does not bode well. >> reporter: every state except alaska and hawaii has seen outbreaks and nearly 70% of the cases come from six states, the hardest hit, texas with nearly half of the infections
to protect students after a man grabs a girl in a student bathroom. >>> and west nile virus in the city. how san francisco health officials are responding to the first human case of the virus. >>> right now, a live look outside over foster city. christina loren will be along to tell you about a very warm forecast that is coming up. you are watching nbc bay area. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning. this just in to the newsroom, a surprising change of course for the concord teen charged in the crash that killed a father and daughter. >> we have jodi hernandez who got out of the courtroom. >> reporter: the teenager struck and killed the father and daughter along the sidewalk last april. changed his plea to guilty. the victims' family walked out of the courtroom in tears after hearing the teenager admit for the first time that he was driving 72 miles in hour in a 45-mile-an-hour zone hitting and killing the man and his 5-year-old daughter. the teenager pleaded guilty this morning to two counts of manslaughter with gross negligence and on
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'll also tell you what's being done in our region to battle the nationwide spike in the number of west nile virus cases. glrs starting tonight, the maryland -- starting tonight, the maryland department of agriculture is stepping up its fight against the west nile virus. they'll begin spraying to kill mosquitoes in some fakeds. over the -- some neighborhoods. over the next week, there will be extra spraying in harundel county and the milford area of baltimore county. ed payne reports west nile cases are spiking around the country. >> reporter: 70% of the cases are in six states. texas is the hardest hit. the state is battling the source: mosquitoes, by ground and by air. in brownsville officials confirmed they trapped a second mosquito that tested positive for west nile. that helped city crews to focus areas on specific areas in a bid to wipe out mosquito breeding grounds. >> the mosquito is the key here, it is the victor, it is part of that chain that takes -- that bites a human and pass it is on to the human. >> reporter: the virus nearly killed dr. don reed of dallas seven yeast ago. he w
the west nile virus after aryland's first case appears.when and whhre crees wiil be spraying... coming up. anncr: it'll start out as concrete and steel... but it'll become so much more. a new world-class resort casino in maryland. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed to. but none of it will happen unless we vote for... question seven this november. vote for question seven. and help build a better future for maryland. in response to he case of west nile virus that has been diagnosed in baltimore county... the maryland department of griculture will be mosquito spraying. spraying.sparying will take place this thursday and next thursday, the 13th... in the mmlford mill area after 7:30 at night.department of agriculture trucks will will conduct the spraying.west nile virus is a isease that is transmitted through the bite of a mosquito that has picked up the virus by feeding on an infected animal.in humans, west nile g
mosquito spraying to stop the spread of west nile virus. the department of agriculture says people should stay inside during the spraying which will happen around 7:30 weather permitting. storms are expected for the area. 30 people across the state have been diagnosed with west nile. three people have died. >>> people who donate blood are tuning out more than the blood -- finding out more than their blood type. 36 people found out they have west nile while donating blood. the state has 8 deaths in oklahoma and more than 150 illnesses. blood donations facilities test for west nile among other diseases year-round. nurses say whoa wouldn't be surprised if -- say they wouldn't be surprised if more people turned up with the disease. >>> last month, kill co brought the steel mill for 72 million dollars. after rg steel sought bankruptcy production. it set a auction day for buyers to pouch all or part of the property by december -- purchase all or part of the property by december 21st. whoever operates the mill withrun one or more of the mills. >>> welcome news for public schools. the district sa
. >> continuing efforts to help reduce west nile virus will include more spraying this week. >> this will help reduce exposure to west nile. 10 people so far this year tested positive for the virus when they went to donate blood. two people have died. too much sodium is not good for your health. >> the association is stronger for kids that are overweight. 37% of kids were overweight or obese. boys tended to have more sodium in their diets than girls. >> the orioles tried to avoid a sweep in oakland. >> ravens fly high on special teams. keith mills will have highlights later in sports. >> it will be a nice day for most of the day. ♪ [ telephone rings ] how's the camping trip? well, the kids had fun, but i think i slept on a rock. ♪ the best part of wakin' up what are you doing? having coffee. ohh. ♪ is folgers in your cup i'm drinking dunkin'. i'm just in love with the flavor. i get mine black. i don't want to take away from that pure taste. so smooth, no bitterness. it's awesome. there's no other taste like it. america runs on dunkin' coffee. but it isn't always easy to find one... anncr
. >> there is much more ahead this wednesday night. coming up, you'll see what is being done to combat west nile virus. the bicycle messengers are playing a key role. and a club in fresno the n.f.l. replacement referee that blew that call, he doesn't let the controversy ruin his fun. >>> i'm sandhya patel. get ready to hit the beach. we have steamy weather coming our way. a look at temperatures coming up. >> berkeley backs stage for diversity. what was grandma's cold remedy? hi, primo! asopao! right, asopao! there you go cuz, so you can sweat it out! oh, and music... ( all ) music? ... heals the soul. the power to share unites us. verizon brings your entire family the savings of the share everything plan. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and data you can share with up to 10 devices, all in one plan. get the 4glte droid razr by motorola for $99.99. verizon. >> dan: i told you at the top of the news cast a deal has been made to get the regular officials back in the national football league. controversial call in packers-seahawks game may have been what have brought them together for a deal. in the
. >>> another death from west nile virus in our state to tell you about. the plan that health officials have to help keep the virus from spreading anymore. >>> do you know how many calories are in that big mac? do you want to know? like it or not you will find out. it's going to be impossible to avoid and we'll tell you why those details straight ahead on this thursday morning. thank you for joining us. i'm megan pringle. alongside lynette charles who has a look at the weather and lauren cook with traffic. and charlie crowson and his wife, still waiting for that baby. >> yeah wow. >> i know. they've been in the hospital for since tuesday so he's been checking in with us and things are going well. they're just going slow. >> my mother was in labor with my sister from tuesday to saturday. so hopefully not a story like that. >> hopefully charlie's wife didn't hear you say that. everybody's face is like? >> all right, but there will be smiling about the weather. >> they will be smiling about the weather. a little cold this morning but still enjoy it because we are going to start to see a few mor
the meadowlands, where the cowboys beat the giants. x one officials are going to keep kasay from west nile virus. keep kasay from west nile virus. henson, big day -- we're gonna fly to jersey, then mexico, china and france. you're going to travel through so many time zones, you're going to have jet lag for months. now sink your teeth into that big n' toasted if you're ready to soar. good. exits are here, here, and here. a big day calls for the big n' toasted breakfast sandwich, with fried eggs, cherrywood smoked bacon, and cheese, stacked high on texas toast. grab yours at dunkin' donuts. it's a breakfast favorite. start your big day with a big n' toasted breakfast sandwich from dunkin'. abut it'll become so much more. concrete and steel... a new world-class resort casino in maryland. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed to. but none of it will happen unless we vote for... question seven this november. vote for question se
no comment. the lawsuit is seeking monetary damages. john hanrahan, fox 5 news. >> cases of the west nile virus are skyrocketing nationwide. we'll break down those numbers next. plus, dr. oz and his medical team give physicals in d.c. why they were not exactly happy with what they discovered. next. rachel and sam have a house. now they want a home. a home where everything feels like it's designed just for them. where the styles they love fit into the wallet they have. big or small they want furniture that makes life better. that's why they visit us. we're more than a home improvement store. we're ikea, the life improvement store. >>> this is fox 5 news at 10:00. >> fox 5 is focusing on health today. we asked viewers to sign up for a 15 minute physical thanks today to dr. oz and the medical team at howard university. hundreds of people got a free checkup. the biggest turnout of their nationwide screenings. not only did people learn about their own health, but they got to assess the general health of the d.c. metro region. laura evans has the story. >> anthony hasn't had a checkup in year
>> up next on 11 news, helping people in need turns into a positive test for west nile. >> a break in the case of an elderly couple found dead. who police named as a suspect. >> in washington, the president pays respects to those killed in libya this week. the latest, coming up. >> and on a winning streak, the orioles head west to take on oakland. 11 news saturday morning starts right now. >> you're watching wbal tv-11, live, local, late breaking. >> welcome to 11 news saturday morning, i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. first we are going to check outside with meteorologist john collins. when i stepped outside, it was getting windy, a little cloudy. >> it was nice out. >> but beautiful, warm. >> it's comfortable. there are clouds and a cold front is going through stirring up the breeze a little bit but there's no rain with it. >> that's nice. >> beginning to be a little dry here and there but no rain with the front and our temperatures the past couple of days are in the low to mid 80's for highs so this front will knock things back about 10 degrees. the front is ge
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